VCN – This is the information released by Youyi Guan Customs (China) at the meeting Huu Nghi Customs unit, Coc Nam, Tan Thanh (Lang Son Customs Department) on June 29 at Huu Nghi International Border gate (Lang Son province).
Youyi Guan Customs said that from July 1, China would officially recover cargo clearance activities for import and export goods at sub-border gates of Binh Nghi – Ping’er Guan, Na Hinh - Yingyang and Po Nhung- Zha Men Ai in the near future. The Chinese side also asked Vietnam to notify goods owners to prepare so that when the official announcement is released, it will run immediately.
|Na Hinh – Yingyang sub-border gate will re-open on July 1st 2020. Photo: H.Nụ|
According to a representative of Huu Nghi Customs Branch, after receiving the information, the unit reported to Lang Son Customs Department to deploy solutions for receiving and implementing cargo clearance at those sub-border gates. At the same time, communication, dissemination to enterprises to grasp the policy and plan for shipping cargo to the border gate to implement procedures quickly and conveniently.
As published by Customs News, therefore, from July 1, China decided to stop clearance activities for import and export goods at Coc Nam – Lung Vai and also decided to re-opend cargo clearance at three pairs of sub-border gate Binh Nghi – Ping’er Guan, Na Hinh - Yingyang and Po Nhung- Zha Men Ai. The re-opened cargo clearance at three pairs of sub-border gate Binh Nghi – Ping’er Guan, Na Hinh - Yingyang and Po Nhung- Zha Men Ai is aimed to facilitate cargo clearance when Coc Nam – Lung Vai border gate is suspended.
By Đảo Lê/Thanh Thuy